Analytical Approaches to World Music symposium: Call for Papers

Announcing the second installment of the Analytical Approaches to World Music symposium series, dedicated to theoretical, analytical, and cognitive approaches to rhythm and meter in all  global musical traditions, past and present. The symposium will be held virtually on 1-2 June and on 8-9 June 2023, and will be hosted by the CUNY Graduate Center, the Brook Center, and IFTAWM.

Our goal is to facilitate a gathering of some of the world’s leading scholars on these issues in a special four-day virtual research symposium the results of which will be available to scholars worldwide via publication in our eponymous  open-access, peer-reviewed online journal.

The call for papers is here.

More information:

There will be a total of 48 individual presentations. Of these, 16 will be invited presentations. The keynote speaker will be Daniel Avorgbedor (University of Ghana). A call for papers will be issued in late September. Paper presentations will be virtual with a duration of 30+15 minutes. Paper sessions will be held in parallel on June 1–2 and on June 8, and will include two parallel morning sessions (9:00–12:00) and two parallel afternoon sessions (14:00–17:00). The final day of the conference will convene on Friday, June 9 and be devoted to panel and discussion sessions exclusively while using the same schedule mentioned previously. Accordingly, the morning panel sessions (A and B) will meet from 9:00–12:00; the afternoon panel sessions (C and D) will meet from 14:00–17:00.

Invited Speakers:
Simha Arom
Daniel Avorgbedor
Stephen Blum
Sylvie Le Bomin
Susanne Furniss
Keith Howard
David Huron
Kelly Jakubowski
Yonatan Malin
Rainer Polak
Jay Rahn
John Roeder
Chris Stover
David Temperley
Michael Tenzer
Renee Timmers
Richard Widdess

More information is available here.